Eric Schmidt sulla controversa policy di Google+ che obbliga all'utilizzo di nomi reali.
NPR's Andy Carvin asked Schmidt how Google justifies its names policy when it could put people at risk.
"He replied by saying that G+ was build primarily as an identity service, so fundamentally, it depends on people using their real names if they’re going to build future products that leverage that information," Carvin wrote in a Google+ post. "Regarding people who are concerned about their safety, he said G+ is completely optional. No one is forcing you to use it. It's obvious for people at risk if they use their real names, they shouldn’t use G+."